Posts Tagged ‘quebec’

Religious Rights – How Far Do We Go?

Back in the news again. Kirpans. Several Sikhs were denied entry into the Quebec legislature Tuesday. Security officials at the AssemblĂ©e Nationale refused to let them in because they were wearing kirpans, small stylized daggers worn by some religious Sikhs. The topic that day in the legislature? Accommodating immigrants. From Kirpans to woman who cover […]

Another slippery slope

Today’s poll in the Globe and Mail is, “Do you support the legalization of assisted suicide?”. You can see the results at this link. The problem with highly controversial topics like this is that they often lead to further thoughts and actions. Ones that stretch the moral fabric of society even further. This poll was […]